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Some advice on kitchen dungeon

WolfsingerWolfsinger
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Frankly, I hate it. Takes so much time and concentration when I could just actually be doing the grinding needed for cooking, period. I'm at least at a point where I'm not getting bullied to death by salads and spices, but its still a grind that takes irritatingly long for what feels like little reward. All for some books I'm opening once and dropping immediately to skill up.
Though frankly at least I don't have to memorize the darn thing so, small silver lining.

So, to those people still existent in this web space, I'm curious. How do you manage this dungeon of sporks and nightmares, and make a grinding experience easier?


-and if anyone mentions skill training seals ima slappa you :)-

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  • HelsaHelsa
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    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Frankly, I hate it. Takes so much time and concentration when I could just actually be doing the grinding needed for cooking, period. I'm at least at a point where I'm not getting bullied to death by salads and spices, but its still a grind that takes irritatingly long for what feels like little reward. All for some books I'm opening once and dropping immediately to skill up.
    Though frankly at least I don't have to memorize the darn thing so, small silver lining.

    So, to those people still existent in this web space, I'm curious. How do you manage this dungeon of sporks and nightmares, and make a grinding experience easier?


    -and if anyone mentions skill training seals ima slappa you :)-

    If you must do that dungeon then Dance of Death is handy as it's damage is not scaled back. As for training seals? No, I won't mention them but I will remind you of the level 200 training bonus.

    Hee hee
  • PumpkinRioPumpkinRio
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    It's been a while since I've done it but Divine Link is going to be your best friend so that you don't get heavily aggroed.
    Wolfsinger
  • WolfsingerWolfsinger
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    Helsa wrote: »
    If you must do that dungeon then Dance of Death is handy as it's damage is not scaled back. As for training seals? No, I won't mention them but I will remind you of the level 200 training bonus.

    Hee hee

    Okay you know what fair enough, I do keep forgetting that exists. But you're walking a fine line lol
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If you must do that dungeon then Dance of Death is handy as it's damage is not scaled back. As for training seals? No, I won't mention them but I will remind you of the level 200 training bonus.

    Hee hee

    Okay you know what fair enough, I do keep forgetting that exists. But you're walking a fine line lol

    :) If you look at the numbers, I think you'll realize that I just made your day!
  • SteferdSteferd
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    If you must do that dungeon then Dance of Death is handy as it's damage is not scaled back. As for training seals? No, I won't mention them but I will remind you of the level 200 training bonus.
    kitchen linens